IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety precautions • If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, please inform local telecommunication department or distributor to disable the mobile phone and SIM card. It will prevent the phone being used by someone else. • When you contact telecommunication department, they will ask you the IMEI number (It is printed on the label in the rear of the mobile phone and you will find it after removing the battery). Please write down this number and keep it safe for future use. • To avoid your phone being used by someone else, please take preventative measures, for example: • Set PIN code of the SIM card and modify in time. • Do not leave your mobile phone in your car where anyone can see it, do not leave it unattended. • Set call barring. Safety warnings and precautions • Mobile phone: • Please use this mobile phone in an environment with temperatures between 5°C and 40°C and humidity between 35% and 85%. • Try to use this mobile phone in places away from a normal telephone, TV set, radio and OA equipment to avoid affecting the performance of these devices and the mobile phone. • Battery: • Put the battery in places with good ventilation and avoid direct sunlight. • The service life of mobile phone battery is limited. The usage time of battery will be shortened gradually after frequent charging. If the charging is invalid for several times, it indicates that the service life of the battery has reached its end and you need to replace the battery. • Do not drop used battery into common domestic refuse. Please follow local regulations if the disposal of used battery is stipulated clearly. • Charger: • Do not charge at the following places: in direct sunlight; in environments with temperatures lower than 5°C or higher than 40°C; with moisture, too much dust or vibration (may cause fault); near TV set, radio or other electric apparatus (may affect video and audio quality). Big Button Flip Easyphone INSTRUCTION MANUAL Buttons and screen are large and highly legible DISPOSAL • Please respect the environment! • Dispose of the packaging according to the local recycling regulations. • Dispose of paper and cardboard packaging separately from plastic bags into the corresponding containers. • Dispose of the appliance at the end of its life span according to environmental considerations. WARNING This product is intended for domestic use only. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION Maximum load: 80g Measurements: L10xW5xD2cm Imported and distributed by Easylife Group Ltd, London NW1 0JP Customer service: 0871 855 6100 Model No. EL4966 Please read carefully before use and keep for future reference For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com IN4966-1 © 2012 Easylife Group Ltd Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com Dear Customer Thank you for purchasing the Big Button Flip Easyphone. Missed calls are a thing of the past with our Flip Camera Phone. Even if you’re a little hard of hearing the extra-loud ringing tone - up to 80dB - is impossible to ignore. The nonfiddly big button keypad is simple to use while the highcontrast colour display means no more squinting or changing glasses. With practical functions, including SMS and MMS, Camera, Image viewer, Video recorder, Video player, Audio player, Sound recorder, FM radio, Calendar, Calculator, GPRS network and keypad lock it will make your work and entertainment more convenient. With a flip-shut cover to prevent scratching and accidental dialling, our Mobile Phone is GSM900/1800MHz dual-band and suitable for most countries, like Europe, Africa, Middle East, Australia and more, apart from the USA. Supplied ‘unlocked’ for use on any UK network except operator ‘3’. BEFORE USE Keys description • The Number keys: Input numbers and characters; customise number keys 2-9 as the shortcuts of quick dial. • The Right soft key: Execute the functions displayed in lower right corner of the screen. And you can use it to delete the anterior letter near the cursor which you have input in the message or exit the interface of editing when there is no letter in the message. • The Left soft key: Execute the functions displayed in lower left corner of the screen. In the standby state, press it to enter Main menu. • The Dial key: It is used to make a phone call and answer the incoming calls for SIM1 or SIM2; in standby state, adjust the record of the Missed calls, the Dialed calls and the Received calls for SIM1 and SIM2. • The Hang_Up key: It is used to end a call or reject an incoming call. Generally press this key to return to standby. Press and hold this key to open/close the mobile phone. • Up/down key: Press it to browse names, telephone numbers, SMS, MMS, submenus and so on; move cursor while editing. • OK key: In Standby state, press it to enter the main menu. • The * key: Input special symbols and punctuation; in standby state, press this key continuously to switch among *, +, P and W, press and hold this key to carry out the quick dial function . • The # key: Press this key to input # or switch the input methods while editting; in standby state, press and hold this key to carry out the quick dial function. Note: In this manual, press a key means to press the key and release; press and hold a key means to press the key and hold for no less than 2 seconds. Lateral key description • The Torch key and the FM key: In the standby state, press and hold the Torch key to turn on or turn off the torch in the phone, press and hold the FM key to enter the FM radio; generally press the two keys to magnify or reduce the volume; they can also be used to set the parameters for some menus. • SOS key: On the back of the phone, there is a SOS key. If the SOS number and the SOS message have been edited and saved, when pressing and holding this key, the phone will dial the SOS number after sending out an SOS message to the appointed numbers. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com Battery The battery in original state has about 50% electricity quantity and you can use it after unpacking. It performs best after full charge/discharge for the first three times. Charging the battery • Plug the charger into wall socket. • Insert the plug of the charger into the bottom of mobile phone (keep the surface with arrow upwards). • If the mobile phone is on when being charged, the electricity quantity indicator on upper right corner of the screen will be flashing circularly; if the mobile phone is off when being charged, a charging indicator image will appear on the screen which indicates the battery is being charged. If the mobile phone is still used when battery is low, the charging indicator will appear after being charged for a while. • When charging is finished, there will be one image displayed on the screen which indicates that charging has finished. If the mobile phone is on, the battery status indicator on upper right corner of the screen is complete and won’t flash. It may take 3-4 hours to fully charge the battery. It is normal that the battery, mobile phone and charger get hot when charging. • Disconnect the AC outlet from mobile phone and charger when charging is complete. Note: • Use charger approved by manufacturer to charge in ventilated places with temperature between 5°C and 40°C. It is dangerous to use an unauthorized charger and you will also violate the warranty clause. • Please charge the battery in time if the mobile phone automatically switches off or indicates “Low battery”. If the battery hasn’t been run out before charging, the charging time will be shortened automatically. • The standby and call time provided by manufacturer are based on ideal working environment. The working time of battery depends on network status, environment and operating method in practice. • Make sure the battery is installed properly before charging and don’t remove the battery during charging. • Disconnect the charger from mobile phone and power supply after charging. • If you don’t disconnect the charger from power supply and mobile phone, the mobile phone will be charged again (after about 5 to 8 hours) and the energy of the battery is wasted to a certain degree. It is not recommended because it will do harm to the performance and service life of the battery. Connecting to network SIM card You must insert at least one valid SIM card before using your mobile phone. SIM card is the key for you to access digital GSM/GPRS network. All information about network connection and call initialization, as well as the names and telephone numbers of Contacts and short messages you have received and saved, are recorded in the metal surface area of the SIM card. You can remove the SIM card from your mobile phone and insert it into any other GSM mobile phone (the new mobile phone will read the SIM card automatically). Do not touch the metal surface area and keep the SIM card away from electricity and magnetism to avoid losing or damaging the information saved in SIM card. You can’t access GSM/GPRS network if the SIM card is damaged. Warning: Please switch off the mobile phone before removing SIM card. Inserting or removing SIM card with external power supply is prohibited, otherwise the SIM card may be damaged. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com Installing/removing SIM card The SIM card is usually stored in a card and you need to take it out carefully before installing. • Turn off the mobile phone; remove battery and external power supply. • Insert the SIM card into the slot or pull out the SIM card from the slot. Note: Please turn off the mobile phone and remove battery before removing SIM card. Switching on/off Press and hold the Hang_Up key to switch on/off the mobile phone. If you switch on the mobile phone before inserting the SIM card, it prompts you to insert the SIM card. The mobile phone checks whether the SIM card is valid automatically after it is inserted. The following prompts appear on the screen in sequence when the mobile phone is just switching on: • Input phone password – If the password of the phone has been set. • Input PIN – If the password of the SIM card has been set. • Searching – The mobile phone is searching for available network. The function of the double SIM card – For the sake of making your usage convenient, this cellular phone takes a pair of SIM cards functions. You have to insert a valid SIM card inside the two SIM card slots before this function can be used. Turn on your phone and then it will enter the function of dual SIM cards automatically. Connecting to network • The mobile phone will search for network automatically after the SIM card is decrypted successfully (display “Searching for network” on the screen). The name of network operator will appear in the standby state of the phone once connected. Note: If there is prompt of “EMERGENCY” on the screen, it means that you are out of the normal coverage area (service area) of the network, but you can still make an emergency call according to the signal intensity. Making a phone call When the operator symbol of the network appears on the screen, you can make or answer calls. The symbol in the top left corner of the screen shows the signal strength of the network. If the signal strength is low, try moving around with the phone until the signal becomes stronger. Making local telephone calls Input the telephone number using the number keys, then press the Dial key to start calling. If you need change a number, please press Right soft key to delete the number(s). The screen will show a moving picture when you are dialing the number. You should then hear the connecting sound. If there is a problem connecting you may need network support. After your conversation is over please press the Hang_Up key to end the call. Area number Telephone number Dial key Dialling a fixed telephone extension Some fixed telephone extensions can’t dial directly. You need to dial switchboard first, then dial extension number. If you insert the letter “P”, the sign for pausing between the switchboard number and the extension number when you input telephone number, this machine will complete the full number for you and connect to the extension automatically. The method of inputting “P” is pressing the * key (the screen will show the letter “P” at this time). The area number Switchboard number P Extension Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com number The Dial key An example for using the sign of the pause: For example, if you have a voice box system accessed by dialing 8880000, the mailbox number is 6666, the password is 8888, you can dial these number as follows: 8880000 P 6666 P 8888 The first part of this number is used for dialing to connect to the voice-mail system. After answering the call, it will send out 6666 to choose mailbox. Before the password 8888 is sent out, the second pause sign will delay 5 seconds (the first P means waiting for connecting successfully, the later P means postponing 5 seconds). Making an international call If you want to make an international call, you can press and hold the * key until the screen appears the prefix sign “+”, for international long-distance calls. Then enter the region prefix number (for example, it is 00 in China). Then enter the national area code and the phone number. National area codes for example are, Germany 49, England 44, Sweden 46 etc. As similar as to make a usual international call, you don’t enter the first “0” of the STD code. For example, if you want to dial the hot line for service from other countries, you should enter: +86 21 114 +The telephone number National code Dial key Emergency call If you are in a place that the network covers (this is shown by the intensity of the network signal on the upper left of the screen), you can make an emergency call. If your network supplier doesn’t provide the service of roaming in that region, the screen will show “limit urgent call (EMERGENCY)”, telling you that you can only make an emergency call. If you are in a place that the network covers, you can also make an emergency call without a SIM card. Answering the telephone In the answer mode, if you have “Any key” switched On, you can press any key to answer a call; otherwise you need press the Dial key or the Left soft key to answer a call. If you have earphones inserted, you can also use the button of the earphone to answer the call. You can set the phone to answer automatically when wearing earphones, this allows the telephone answer the call 5 seconds after it begins to ring. Function Menus Using function menus When the phone is on standby, press the Left soft key or the OK key to access Main menu; in all menus and submenus, you can enter or exit the menu by pressing the Left soft key or the Right soft key. Exit: Generally, you can press the Right soft key to return to the previous menu; press the Hang_Up key to return to standby. Phonebook You can use the function of the Phonebook to record information for your contacts. The mobile phone can save 500 telephone numbers. After accessing the Phonebook, go to Add new contact, Option, you will then see the following submenus: • Select: You can choose to store information to SIM1, to SIM2 or to phone. • Caller groups: Add new group; change each group by group name, caller alert and caller ringtone. Phonebook settings: This is divided into eight tiny parts, including Preferred storage, Family numbers, My number, Extra numbers, Memory status, Copy contacts, Move contacts, Delete all contacts, Backup phonebooks and Restore phonebooks. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com •Accessing the Options when the cursor is at one of the contacts saved in your phonebook, you can see these submenus: View, Send text message, Send multimedia message, Call, IP dial, Edit, Delete, Copy, Move, Send contact, Add to Blacklist, Caller groups and Phonebook settings. Messaging Write message The network service of text message allows you to send out text messages to phones which can receive text messages. Be sure you have established the centre number of service before writing new messages (Please check “SMS settings”). Go to the write mesage submenu and use the keypad to write a normal message. While writing a message, if you press the Left soft key the following Options are available: • Send to: Choose this once your message is complete; you can send the message by SIM1 or SIM2 according to your own need. • Input method: You can change the input method. • Advanced: • Insert number: Choose a number of a contact which is kept in the Phonebook that you wish to send the message to, and then press the Left soft key to insert it immediately. • Insert name: Choose the name of a contact which is kept in the Phonebook. Press the Up/Down key to choose the name that you need and then press the Left soft key to insert it immediately. • Insert bookmark: Choose the record which is kept in the telephone. Press the Up/Down key to choose the bookmark that you need and then press the Left soft key to insert it immediately. • Save: Save the current message to Outbox. Inbox Stores all text messages you have received. Outbox Access Outbox to view the messages you have sent and saved, or the messages you haven’t sent but saved. MMS • Write message Press the Left soft key to get into the editting interface of multimedia message, you can send to more than one contact, Cc (copy and send this multimedia message to this person), Bcc (send the current multimedia message to this person and others do not know that the multimedia message has been sent out to this person); input telephone number or E-mail of contact you wish to send multimedia message to, each of which can be one or many; you can also edit the subject of the multimedia message. You can input the content of the character directly, or insert all kinds of targets into the multimedia message. When the cursor is on the content in the multimedia message, select Edit and press the Left soft key to enter the menu of the following Options: • Done: Select it to exit after finishing the content of your MMS. • Input method: Change the method for text editing. • Add picture: Insert a picture on your phone in to the current page. • Edit picture*: Change the picture in the current page. • Remove picture*: Delete the picture in the current page. • Add audio: Inserting music on your phone in to the current page. • Edit audio*: Change music in the current page. • Remove audio*: Delete music in the current page. • Insert attachment: Insert attachment on your phone to the current page. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com • Edit attachment*: Change an existent attachment in the current page. • Delete attachment*: Delete the attachment in the current page. • Add slide before: Insert a new page before the current page of the multimedia message and make the current page. • Add slide after: Insert a new page behind the current page of the multimedia message and make it the current page. • Delete this page*: Delete the current page and make the Ex-page page the current page; if the deleted page is the first page, the second page will be the current page. • Ex- page*: Get into the preview of the ex- page and choose Options to edit this page. • Next page*: Get into the preview of the next page and choose Options to edit this page. • Add bookmark text: Add bookmark of websites to the current MMS. • Preview: View the current multimedia message. • Slide time: You can set up the slide time of the current page (the unit is second). After completing, you can choose Send only, Save and send, Save to drafts, Send options or Exit (if you haven’t added a contact to send to, there will be only two choices: Save to Drafts and Exit). Attention: The options which are marked by “*” only appear when relevant, such as “Delete this page” only appears when the content of the current multimedia message is more than one page. Each page can be include at most one song and a picture. When the current page has a picture or an audio file, “Add picture” is changed into “Edit picture” and “Remove picture”. Audio and attachment options change in the same way as the picture. There is a limit of one attachment per message. The size of the multimedia message is measured in KB (kilo-bytes) (the equivalent of a thousand words); the top of message will show the current page number, the total number of pages and the size of the multimedia message. • Inbox: Stores multimedia messages you have received. • Outbox: It is used to store multimedia message which have sent out and saved. • Drafts: It is used to Store the MMS which you don’t want to send out immediately after editing. • MMS settings: • Profiles: Choose the server. • Common settings: • Compose: • Creation mode: Set up whether the editing mode of the multimedia message is restricted. • Picture resizing: Reducing the picture which is input in the multimedia message to be the size that you need, you can also turn this function off. • Best page time: Turn the function of Best page time on/off. • Auto signature: Turn on/off the function to add a signature while sending out the multimedia message. • Signature: Edit the signature which will be automaticlly added after MMS when auto signature function is on. • Send: • Validity period: You can set up how long the multimedia message can be stored in the multimedia message centre: 1 hour, 6 hours, 12 hours, 1day, 1 week or Maximum. If you select Maximum, the length of time the multimedia message can be stored in the phone is decided by the multimedia message centre. • Delivery report: You can choose On or Off. If On, the system will send out confirmation information after the multimedia message has been received. • Read report: You can choose On or Off. If On, the system will send out a confirmation information after multimedia message has been read. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com • Priority: If the network allows, you can choose the grade of the priority of sending out the multimedia message as Medium, High or Low. • Slide time: Set interval time of previewing each page of the multimedia message. The default value is 5 seconds. • Delivery time: If the network allows, you can set up the time of sending mode as Immediate, 1 hour later, 12 hours or 24 hours later. • Retrieval: You can choose the mode of receiving the multimedia message is Immediate, Rejected or Delay while choosing the main network and the roam network; you can choose Send, Never send or On to manage the function of reading report. • Filter: It can decide whether this phone can receive or refuse an anonymous letter. • Memory status: Shows the memory status of MMS. Broadcast message • Receive mode: Choose On to open the function of receiving sub-district broadcast; choose Off to refusing the sub-district broadcast. • Read message: Access this menu to read the message of your sub-district broadcast. • Languages: Set the language of receiving the sub-district broadcast. • Channel settings: Set the channels of the sub-district broadcast. Note: The service of the sub-district broadcast and voicemail are provided by the operator, please keep in touch with the company. SMS settings • Profile setting: Set profile name, SMSC address, validity period and the message type; activate the profile which you choose. • Voicemail server: The voicemail is received in the network, so you have to dial the number of voicemail if you want to listen to any messages. You can increase or edit the number of voicemail, for your own convenience; you can make a voice call to the number you have added in the voicemail. • Common setting • Delivery report: Enable or disable report. If report is enabled, you can receive a report when the message is sent successfully. • Reply path: Set the replying path. • Save sent message: After activating this function, the SMS or the MMS which have been sent will save automatically. • Memory status: Display the space used/empty of SIM card and mobile phone. • Preferred storage: Save messages in SIM or phone. Call centre Call history You can access the SIM call history: • Missed calls: Pressing the assurance key can look into the list of missed calls. • Dialled calls: Pressing the assurance key can look into the list of dialled call. • Received calls: Pressing the assurance key can look into the list of received call. • Delete call logs: There are four menus in deleting the call history: Missed calls, Dialled calls, Received calls and Delete all. Choose one or all lists you wish to delete. • Call timers: Check the time of the last call, the total time of dialled calls, the total time of received calls or reset all of them. • Call cost: This can help you to store the cost of your call record. • Last call cost: To check the last call cost. • Total cost: To check the total cost. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com • Reset cost: Input the PIN2 code and you can reset the cost record and start a new one. • Max cost: Enter it to read or revise the max cost, or to cancel this function. You’re required to input the PIN2 code when you revise or cancel the function. • Price per unit: Enter it to read or revise the price per unit, or to cancel this function. You’re required to input the PIN2 code when you revise or cancel the function. • Text msg. counter: Check the number for the Send messages and the Received message; you can also reset the counter to zero. • GPRS counter: • Last sent: Count the byte transmitted last time. • Last received: Count the byte received last time. • All sent: Count the total byte transmitted. • All received: Count the total byte received. • Reset counter: Start to count again. Call Settings • SIM call settings: • Caller ID: Parts in the functions need network operator’s support. It includes Set by network, Hide ID and Send ID. • Call waiting: Open or close this function; choose query to check the current state of it. • Call divert: It includes five different options, including Divert all voice calls, Divert if unreachable, Divert if no answer, Divert if busy and Divert all data calls; or Cancel all diverts means all will be deactivated. • Call barring: Restrict the numbers which you can dial or receive. • Line switching: Choose line1 or line2. • Advance settings: • Blacklist: Turn on/off the blacklist function; edit the blacklist numbers. • Whitelist: Turn on/off the whitelist function; edit the blacklist numbers. • Auto redial: After opening this function, the phone will dial the number again automatically every time when the outgoing call fails or is rejected. • IP dial: Three numbers of IP dial can be edited under this function. You can open the IP number after at least one IP number has already entered. • Call time display: Display the total call time. • Call time reminder: You can set the call time reminder mode as Single or periodic; select Off to cancel this function. Attention: Parts of the functions need network operator’s support. Organiser Emergency setting • Status: Switch on/off the SOS function. • SOS number: There you can edit and save up to three SOS number in your phone. • Edit SOS SMS: Edit the content of the SOS message which will be sent out automatically when the SOS function is used. After the SOS number and the SOS message have been editted, press and hold the SOS key on the back of the phone, and then the phone will dial the SOS number after sending out an SOS message to the appointed numbers (the first number will be called first). Note: The function of SOS will work only after the SOS function is activated, there needs to be at least one SOS number and SOS message saved. Family Numbers • Status: Turn on/off the Speed dial function. • Set number: Edit and save ten speed dial numbers which correspond to the number keys 2-9, the * key and the # key. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com After the speed dial status is On, press and hold one of the ten speed dial number keys when the phone is on standby, the phone will make a phone call to the corresponding phone number which has been entered in the speed dial number list. Fun&Games Play the games stored in the phone and set up the correlative parameters of the games. Services • Internet service: This mobile phone supports services based on Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). You can access the services supported by your network operator. You can get information about news, weather and flights. Note: GPRS service needs network support and it is available only when you apply this service and locate in GPRS network coverage. • Homepage: Enters the web site which you have set in the WAP directly. • Bookmarks: Display existing web sites which you have saved in bookmarks. Selecting the web address can connect to this bookmark directly. • Recent pages: Records the web addresses you have visited. • Input address: Select this option and you can enter any WAP or internet website. • Service inbox: Save messages sent by network operator. • Settings: Set options for internet surfing, including Homepage, Select profiles, Browser options and Preferences. File manager Press the Left soft key to enter File manager. The default way for storing is T-Flash card. After inserting the T-Flash, there are two options you can choose: Phone and Memory card. Select one of them and you can see the contents as follows: • Total: The total capacity of Phone or Memory card. • F ree: The remainder capacity of Phone or Memory card. Enter Phone or Memory card and then press the Left soft key to access the submenus. • Audio: The phone can play these formats of audio files: mp3 / midi / amr / wav. The audio documents support to be use as User profiles. • Images: The phone can view these formats of images: BMP / GIF / JPG. • Videos: The phone can play these formats of video files: AVI / 3GP / MP4. Calculator Your mobile phone provides a calculator function which includes four basic calculating types. Enter this function and a clculator will be shown on the screen. Press the number keys to input the value. Press the # key to input the decimal point (.). Use the direction keys or the lateral two keys to select the icons of the calculator. Select corresponding icons to carry out a calculation: +, -, × and ÷. Select the icon M+ and it will add the number to the data which is stored in the memory. Select the icon M- and it will subtract the number from the data which is stored in the memory. Select the icon MC and it will clear the memory. Select the icon MR and you can retransmit the data in the memory. Press the Right soft key and you can clear the latest input digit or result (if there is no input value, you will exit the calculator mode); press the Left soft key to get the result. Attention: Since the accuracy is limited, there will be rounding errors, especially when the numbers can not be divided completely. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com Tasks Press the Left soft key to enter the task list. If you have not added any task, you can press the left soft key to add a new task. If there are some existing tasks in the task list, press the up / down key to select a task to get into the options: View, Add, Edit, Delete, Delete overdue, Delete all, Send v Calendar and Save as file. Alarm You can customise up to five alarm clocks in this mobile phone. Select an alarm clock to customise. Mutimedia Camera Your mobile phone provides the function of a camera. Access Camera and please take photograph directly by pressing the OK key. In the camera mode, press the Left soft key to enter these menus: Photos, Camera settings, Image settings, White balance, Scene mode, Storage and Restore default. Image viewer Enter and select the picture you need, then press the Left soft key to choose Options, you can see the submenus: View, Browser style, Send, Rename, Delete, Sort by, Delete all files and Storage. Video recorder Select [Video recorder] to activate the mode of recording directly, and then press the OK key to start recording a video. Access the following Options by pressing the Left soft key: Camcorder settings, Storage and Restore default. Video player Enter and select the video you need, then press the Left soft key to choose Options, you can see these submenus: Play, Rename, Delete, Delete all files, Sort by and Storage. In the playing mode, press the OK key to let the current document play or pause; press the Up/Down key to change the playing volume; press the * key to switch the playing mode between full screen and non-full screen. Audio player Choose the Audio player to access MP3 broadcasting mode. The screen of the music player shows the caption: List, Back. Accessing list will show the name of the music that you have downloaded. Select one song in the list, you can then access the function of Play, Details, Add to ringtones, Refresh list and settings, by choosing “options” which is under the detailed list. If your detailed list is empty, you can only see Refresh list and Settings. ►and II: Press the Up key to switch the music player on or off, or to stop it for short time. ■: Press the Down key to stop broadcasting music. I and ►I: Press the number key 2 or 3 to switch to the previous song and the next song separately . Volume: Press the lateral keys to change the volume for playing. ► Calendar Enter submenu of Calendar and you will see dates. Press the direction keys to select date and month; press Option to access submenus: View, View all, Add event, Delete event, Jump to date and Go to weekly/monthly view. Sound recorder Access the sound-recording file list directly: Select one of the existing files and enter Options: Record, Play, Append, Rename, Delete, Delete all files, Settings, Use as and Send. Please select Record to start recording. If there is no file, there will only be Record and Settings in Options. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com FM radio This mobile phone provides the function of FM radio, and you need not input an earphone in the phone before using this function. In the FM radio mode, pressing the Up key can turn on/of the function of searching automatically. After opening this function, pressing the number key 2 or 3 will continue searching forward or backward automatically, until a channel is found. When you turn off the function of searching automatically, you can carry on searching by yourself. Press the number key 2 or 3 will increase or reduce 0.1 HZ. Select the Down key to start or stop the FM radio playing; press the lateral key to adjust the volume. In the radio mode, select [options] to carry out the following operations: • Channel list: In this menu, it will show a detailed list of all channels that you have listened to and stored in your phone. You can also play the existing channels directly. You can also delete or edit an existing channel. • Manual input: You can input the broadcast frequency by hand which you want to hear, and then it will broadcast automatically after you press the assurance key. • Auto search: Choose this menu to search broadcast channels automatically. • Settings: Set the function of Background play or Loudspeaker as On or Off. Attention: The sound will be affected while listening indoors or if the phone is covered. You can use the following ways to improve sound: use close to a window, change the position of headphones line or adjust the channels by hand. Settings Dual SIM setting You can select one of the following: Double SIM open, Only SIM1 open, Only SIM2 open or Flight mode. User profiles The user can choose different user profiles and self-define them. The mobile phone provides five kinds of user profiles: General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor and Headset. You can choose to activate one of them or set it personally. • Activate: Press the Dial key to activate the mode you have chosen. • Customise: Enter this option self-define the modes. Note: • The Headset mode will open automatically while inserting headphones. • We advise you to set the User profiles as Meeting mode or Indoor mode when you are in public place. Phone settings Accessing Phone settings, you can set the following menu according to your own preferences: • Time and date: Set the home city for time; set the current time and date; set the display format of time and date; set the Update with time zone function as On or Off. • Language: Set the displaying language of mobile phone menus. • Pref. input method: Choose the original input method when you begin to edit some content such as SMS, the name of the contacts, the name of the files and so on. • Display: • Wallpaper: Select the wallpaper shown when phone is on standby. • Screen saver: Choose a screen saver picture for main standby; set the status for it and set the waiting time. • Show date and time: Enable or disable the function of displaying current time when phone is ons standby. • Schedule power on/off: Set the time when the mobile phone will power on/off automaticlly. • Dedicated key: Select the functions which can be entered by pressing the Up/Down key when the phone is on standby. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com • Misc. settings: • LCD backlight: Set delay time of the LCD brightness. Network settings This menu has connection with the network suppliers, so please get in touch with them when you use this function. If you want to get into use a network which doesn’t have the roaming protocol with the original network you have, the phone will display the message that you can only make an emergency call. • Network selection: • New search: Start to find the network again. • Select network: Select the network which you prefer. • Selection mode: Press the Dial key to choose Done or press the Hang_Up key to exit the submenu. • Preferences: Pre-store several networks you prefer. Security settings Use this function to set the security options to avoid your phone or SIM card being used illegally if lost or stolen. • SIM security settings: • SIM lock: PIN code. PIN code can prevent your SIM card from operating if your phone is lost or stolen. • If the PIN code is disabled, choose Enable and you can start PIN code protection. The mobile phone will ask you to enter PIN code the next time when you turn on the phone. • If the PIN code is enabled, choose Disable and then you can stop PIN code protection. Note: If you enter an invalid PIN code three times consecutively, the SIM card will be locked and you need PUK code to unlock the SIM card. The PIN code and PUK code may be provided together with SIM card. Please contact your network operator if not. The default PIN code is 1234. Please change it into your own private PIN code as soon as possible. • Fixed dial: Is supported by your SIM card and you can select some telephone numbers to dial. If this service is activated, you can only dial the telephone numbers in the FDN list or numbers that start with the same dialling code as those in the list. Enter the submenu of fixed dialing: • Mode: Enable or disable fixed dialing function (need to enter PIN2 code). • Fixed dial list: Enter the telephone numbers of fixed dialing. Note: You need to enter PIN2 code to enable or disable fixed dialing function. Please contact your network operator to get PIN2 code. The numbers which are fixed dialing numbers will carry on the fixed dialing function if FDN function is enabled. • Barred dial: It is opposite to fixed dialing and you can set to disable dialing certain numbers. • Change password: Change password, including PIN and PIN2 password. • Phone lock: The phone lock can prevent your mobile phone from being used by someone else. You can set the phone lock as On or Off and change the phone password. Select Phone lock to enable protection and then you need to enter the password when you switch on the phone; press the Dial key to access Phone lock and input the password again to disable phone lock. Note: The default phone lock password is 1122. Please change into your own private password as soon as possible. • Auto keypad lock: Close this function or open it by setting the waiting time of keypad lock. After setting, the keypad will be locked automatically if the mobile phone hasn’t been used in specified time. Note: Certain functions need network support. Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com • Change password: Change password of the phone lock. Connectivity • Data account: Select Options to choose an account number and edit: • Account name: Show the name of account. Choose Edit and you can modify. • APN: Edit the connect point as cmwap or cmnet. • User name: Edit the user name of the service. • Password: Edit the service password for this user. • Auth. type: Select the encrypting mode of authentication. • Primary DNS: The primary IP address. • Secondary DNS: The second IP address. Restore factory settings The default password of Restore factory settings is 1122. Input Methods This mobile phone supports these input methods: Smart ABC/ abc, ABC/abc, Numeric, Insert symbol and so on. Key definitions The general definition of keypad is as follows (please refer to “Text input” for the keypad definitions specific input method): • The Left soft key: Press it to confirm. • The Right soft key: Press it to clear a character. • The * key: Input symbols. • The # key: Switch input methods. • Number keys (0-9): Input the letters on each key. Text input English and number input methods The specific definition of keypad in English and number input methods: Keys Characters or functions Number key 1 Input symbols Number key 2 ABCabc2 Number key 3 DEFdef3 Number key 4 GHIghi4 Number key 5 JKLjkl5 Number key 6 MNOmno6 Number key 7 PQRSpqrs7 Number key 8 TUVtuv8 Number key 9 WXYZwxyz9 Number key 0 0 and space The * key Input symbols. The # key Switch input methods. Left soft keyConfirm Right soft key Clear To input English letters: • Each key allows you to input more than one character. Press the key repeatedly and quickly until the needed character appears. Input next character when the cursor moves. • Press the # key to change an input method. • Press the number key “0” once to input one space in English input method. • Press the Right soft key to clear mistakes. To input numbers: • Press the number keys repeatedly and quickly until the corresponding number appears when the current input method is ABC/abc. • Change the input method to Numeric and press - to input corresponding numbers. Smart ABC/abc With Smart English method, you can input uppercase and lowercase English letters. It has a predictive function, and Customer service: 0871 855 6100 For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com Problem Bad reception Reason Solution Switch off your phone temporarily if you are in an area with bad reception Hang up and redial, the line may be replaced with a better one Ask the network operator for service area map Using the mobile phone in bad reception area, for example, near tall buildings or in basement, the Try to avoid radio waves can’t reach these areas effectively. Using your phone during busy network times. Try to avoid The distance from a network station. Due to regional problems because of a disconnection or bad connection of the network The standby time is related to the system settings of the network Change a new battery Some phone lines are poor in some areas Need to change battery Please move to area with stronger signals or switch off the mobile phone temporarily Move to a place with strong signal and try again Please contact your network operator Ask network operator for service area Customer service: 0871 855 6100 Echo or noise The standby time is shorter If the phone can not receive a signal, it will transmit continuously to search for base station, this will consume a lot of battery and shorten the standby time Please contact your network operator Wipe metal contacts of SIM card with clean cloth Please contact your network operator SIM card is damaged SIM card appears to have The SIM card hasn‘t been installed properly an error There is dirt on the metal surface of the SIM card Check the power of your battery or charge it Beyond GSM service area Change the battery or charger For more innovative products from Easylife please visit: www.easylifegroup.com Make sure the SIM card is installed properly PIN has an error An invalid PIN code has been input three times Weak signal Please contact your network operator Battery or charger is damaged Change it in the normal charging environment SIM card is invalid Can’t switch on Battery is depleted Can not set Your network operator doesn’t provide these certain functions services or you haven’t applied Can’t connect to network Can’t charge Check whether the plug is connected properly Troubleshooting Refer to the table opposite to eliminate faults. Charging in an environment with extreme temperatures Using T-flash card T-flash card is configured as the default memory device of the mobile phone before delivery. There is no need to change any settings. Use T-flash card as the memory device of mobile phone: when you insert the T-flash card for the first time, you need to set the memory card as the default storage device of Music player, Video player and Sound recording. Used as U-Disk: After conneting with the computer by the USB line, you may carry out the function of copying data or files between the T-Flash and the computer. Bad contact when you press a key, it provides predictive words, saving a lot of time. The keypad distribution of Smart English is the same as English input method. See below and ooposite page for general instructions for Smart English: • Every key is used to input corresponding characters and the characters will change according to previous letter to make up word. • Press the Up/Down key to switch character combinations. • Press the Left soft key to select word or character. Press the 0 key to input the word and insert a space after it. • To change an input method, press # Key. About T-flash Card This mobile phone supports T-flash card to extend the memory space. The instructions are as follows: Installing and removing T-flash card • Switch off the phone and take out the battery. • Insert or remove the T-Flash to the slot which has the sign T-Flash.
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